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Kifadulo ni ugonjwa wa namna gani??

Discussion in 'JF Doctor' started by Sajenti, May 3, 2010.

  1. Sajenti

    Sajenti JF-Expert Member

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    Ni kwa muda mrefu sana nimekuwa nasikia watu wakizungumza kuwa kuna ugonjwa unaitwa kifadulo/ro. Kwa wale wataalamu wa tiba naomba mnifahamishe kwa lugha rahisi niulewe, unasababishwa na nini, dalili zake na matibabu yake. Pia je, matumizi ya chumvi nyingi huchangia mtu kuugua kifadulo/ro??
     
  2. Salas

    Salas JF-Expert Member

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    Hello

    ugonjwa wa kifaduro ni
    pneumonia mara nyingi mtu hukohoa sana kifua kunguruma
     
  3. Ngambo Ngali

    Ngambo Ngali JF-Expert Member

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    Kamusi ya Kiswahili Sanifu, Taasisi ya Uchunguzi wa Kiswahili, Dar Es Salaam, Oxford University Press 1981 2002 Reprint Kifaduro ji ugongwa wa kuambukiza wa kukohoa sana na kutoa sauti kama filimbi, agh. huwashika watoto wadogo.
     
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    GodHaveMercy Member

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    Kifaduro ni kikohozi kinachowashika watoto wadogo kati ya mwaka 1 na miaka 5. Kwa nadra watoto walio na zaidi ya miaka 5 wanaweza kuugua ugonjwa huu. Kifaduro husababishwa na vijidudu vinavyoitwa 'Bordetella pertussis' na ni ugonjwa unaoambukiza. Ngoja ninywe chai kwanza, halafu nirejee kwenye forum...
     
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    GodHaveMercy Member

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    nimerudi tena!... Kwa jinsi nilivyopekuapekua readings mbalimbali, nimepata tiba ambayo inaweza kutumika ili kukabiliana na ugonjwa huu. Hapa tiba nyingi ni 'home made'
    According to Dr. Jethro Kloos na kitabu chake cha 'Science of the Natural Healing', kifaduro hutibika na vitu vifuatavyo:

    1.MKOJO WA NG'OMBE
    chukua mkojo wa ng'ombe mwenye mimba ya miezi 3 hadi 5. Weka mkojo huu ndani ya chupa ya ujazo wa nusu lita then funga vizuri. Mnyweshe mtoto kijiko 1 cha chai mara 3 kwa siku. Kama mtoto ana zaidi ya miaka 5 mpe kijiko cha mezani mara 3 kwa siku.

    2.KITUNGUU SWAUMU
    saga vitunguu swaumu, na weka ndani ya chombo safi. Ongeza maziwa kidogo halafu koroga iwe kama tui zito la nazi. Mnyweshe mtoto kijiko 1 cha chai mara 3 kwa siku. Iwapo kasi ya kukohoa ni kubwa unaweza kuongeza idadi ya dawa hadi vijiko 6 kwa siku. Ili kuboresha ladha ya dawa unaweza kuongeza asali kidogo.

    3.TANGAWIZI
    pondaponda au saga tangawizi kiasi cha kujaza kijiko 1 cha mezani. Weka hiyo tangawizi ndani ya nusu glasi ya maji. Ongeza vijiko 2 vya asali. Koroga vizuri na mpe mgonjwa anywe. Fanya hivyo mara 3 kwa siku.

    4. 'RADISH' (MBOGA KAMA FIGILI)
    pondaponda 'radish', ongeza kiasi kinacholingana cha asali na koroga mpaka vyote vimechanganyika vizuri. Ongeza chumvi (black salt) kidogo, koroga tena. Mpe mgonjwa kijiko 1 cha mezani cha dawa hiyo mara 3 kwa siku. Usitumie dawa zote zilizoorodheshwa kwa wakati 1. Tumia moja wapo kati ya hizo.
     
  6. Ngambo Ngali

    Ngambo Ngali JF-Expert Member

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    Kwenda hospitali ni muhimu nadhani hizo ulizoorodhesha ni dawa mbadala. Kwa wananchi wenye maisha bora kwa kila mtanzania( kama tulivyoahidiwa) unapoona dalili kimbia hospitali mambo ya mkojo wa ngo'mbe mwenye miezi mitatu inatisha kidogo

    Dhana ya mikojo kama dawa imepitwa sana na wakati tuepukane nayo kwa sasa.
     
  7. Sajenti

    Sajenti JF-Expert Member

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    ...Kwa hiyo unamaanisha kuwa mtu mzima hapati huu ugonjwa wa kifadulo? Kama kifadulo kinaambukiza ni kwa nini watu wengi wamekua wakihusisha kifadulo na baridi kali na hasa kwa hao watoto? Matokeo ya utakuta wazazi wengi wakijitahidi kuwafunika sana watoto wao?
     
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    Sajenti JF-Expert Member

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    ..Ni kweli mkuu hilo la mikojo ya ng'ombe limekaa vibaya sana. Hivi mtoto amezidiwa usiku huyo ng'ombe mwenye mimba ya miezi 3 au 5 unamtafutia wapi? Lakini jamaa ameniburudisha angalau nimecheka kidogo. Hospitali ni muhimu sana!!
     
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    Bawa mwamba JF-Expert Member

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    Definition

    Whooping cough (pertussis) is a highly contagious respiratory tract infection. In advanced stages, it's marked a severe, hacking cough followed by a high-pitched intake of breath that sounds like "whoop"

    In the first half of the 20th century, whooping cough was a leading cause of childhood illness and death in the United States. But after the introduction of a vaccine, the number of cases gradually declined, reaching a low in the mid-1970s.
    Since then, however, the incidence of whooping cough has been increasing, primarily among children too young to have completed the full course of vaccinations and teenagers and adults whose immunity has faded.

    CAUSES;

    Whooping cough is caused by bacteria. When an infected person coughs or sneezes, tiny germ-laden droplets are sprayed into the air and breathed into the lungs of anyone who happens to be nearby.
    Once inside your airways, the bacteria multiply and produce toxins that interfere with your respiratory tract's ability to sweep away germs. Thick mucus accumulates inside your airways, causing uncontrollable coughing.
    The bacteria also cause inflammation that narrows breathing tubes in your lungs. This narrowing leaves you gasping for air - sucking in air with a high-pitched "whoop" - after a fit of coughing.[NDIO MAANA uKAITWA HIVYO]

    Risk factors;

    Whooping cough is thought to be on the rise for two main reasons. The whooping cough vaccine you receive as a child eventually wears off, leaving most teenagers and adults susceptible to the infection during an outbreak - and there continue to be regular outbreaks. In addition, children aren't fully immune to whooping cough until they've received at least three shots, leaving those 6 months and younger at greatest risk of contracting the infection.

    Symptoms

    Once you become infected with whooping cough, it takes three to 12 days for signs and symptoms to appear. They're usually mild at first and resemble those of a common cold:
    • Runny nose
    • Nasal congestion
    • Sneezing
    • Red, watery eyes
    • A mild fever
    • Dry cough
    After a week or two, signs and symptoms worsen. Severe and prolonged coughing attacks may:
    • Bring up thick phlegm
    • Provoke vomiting
    • Result in a red or blue face
    • Cause extreme fatigue
    • End with a high-pitched "whoop" sound during the next breath of air
    However, many people - particularly infants, adolescents and adults - don't develop the characteristic whoop. Sometimes, a persistent hacking cough is the only sign that an adolescent or adult has whooping cough.

    Diagnosis;A doctor considers the following when making a preliminary diagnosis of whooping cough

    CLINICAL PRESENTATION

    Recently reported cold symptoms and a dry, hacking cough that progresses to bursts of uncontrollable, often violent coughing that may make it temporarily impossible to breathe. The characteristic whooping noise sometimes occurs when the person tries to inhale quickly through airways narrowed by inflammation.
    Babies may have flushed cheeks[haya mashavu mekundu nikwa wazungu zaidi waswhili labda weupe], a pale or bluish complexion[kwenye lip ya mdomo] due to the lack of oxygen, and bulging or watery eyes
    A baby may also stick out his or her tongue, [anaongeza wigo wa njia ya kupumulia mdomo usaidiane na pua]

    Immunization status. An important consideration when making a preliminary diagnosis of whooping cough (pertussis) is whether a person's immunizations against pertussis are up to date.
    Community outbreaks. Whooping cough may be suspected when other cases of whooping cough have recently been reported within the local community

    Treatment will usually start right away if your doctor strongly suspects whooping cough as a cause of your symptoms,from the above stated


    CULTURE;Doctors can diagnose whooping cough by testing mucusfrom the nasopharynx region.It is the most accurate method, but it takes 10 to 14 days to get the results.

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    LABARATORY;
    • A complete blood count or other blood tests may be done to help rule out other diseases.
    • Chest X-rays may be done, especially in infants. Although X-rays images often appear normal in whooping cough, they may be needed to rule out other possible causes of symptoms or to find out whether complications, such as pneumonia, have developed.
    • A pulse oximeter may be used to check the blood oxygen levels, which helps a doctor monitor how well the lungs are working and decide what treatments to use.
    Treatments and drugs

    Infants are typically hospitalized for treatment, because whooping cough is more dangerous for that age group. If your child can't keep down liquids or food, intravenous fluids may be necessary. In some cases, prescription sedatives will help your child rest. Your child will also be isolated from others to prevent the infection from spreading.

    Treatment for older children and adults usually can be managed at home.
    Medications
    • Antibiotics. Antibiotics kill the bacteria causing whooping cough and help speed recovery. Family members may be given preventive antibiotics.
    • Cough relief. Unfortunately, not much is available to relieve the cough. Over-the-counter cough medicines, for instance, have little effect on whooping cough and are discouraged.
    • breathing comfort can be increased by using a humidifier and getting enough fluids.
     
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    Bawa mwamba JF-Expert Member

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    HAO NI BACTERIA SASA UTAPAMBANA NAO KIVIPI?kwa MKOJO WA NGOMBE?,
    JE UTAJUAJE KUWA HUYU NGOMBE ANA MIMBA YA MIEZI MITATU? KAMA HAUNA UTAALAMU WA KIVETENARY?

    WEWE MWENYEWE UNAWEZA KUKUBALIKUUNYWA, KWELI ?Mhhh,matibabu ya watoto mpaka miaka nane bongo bado ni bure,ACHA HAYO BWANA.LOL
     
  11. Sajenti

    Sajenti JF-Expert Member

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    ...Mazee nashukuru sana kwa maelezo yako mazuri yaliyo makini...Sasa mmenifungua macho hasa!!
     
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    Sajenti JF-Expert Member

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    ...Mazee nashukuru sana kwa maelezo yako mazuri yaliyo makini...Sasa mmenifungua macho hasa!!
     
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